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2010-11 (JUNIOR): For the second time in three years had her season cut short due to knee injury ... started first 10 contests of the campaign before missing the rest of the year with an injury ... contributed 8.9 ppg while registering 33 assists to just 13 turnovers while healthy ... her assist-to-turnover ratio (+2.5) paced C-USA at the time ... reached double-digits in scoring four times, including a campaign-high 20 points in a rout of Cal-State Northridge (12/3/10) ... nailed a career-high five three pointers in the contest ... became a member of the UTEP 500-point club with her effort during the injury-shortened year ... earned placement on the Conference USA Commissioner's Honor Roll (min. 3.00 GPA).

2009-10 (SOPHOMORE): Returned from an injury to be one of three Miners to play in every game of the season ... started 18 contests ... took a while for her to get comfortable after recovering from the knee injry ... had 6.4 ppg and reached double digits in scoring just six out of the first 17 tilts ... accounted for 10.4 ppg and had at least 10 poitns nine times over the final 13 contests of the regular season ... took care of the ball well with at +1.5 assist-to-turnover ratio (3rd team/8th C-USA) ... that was aided by by her 2.7 apg (3rd team/17th C-USA) ... did a bit of everything on the year for Orange and Blue with 8.2 ppg (4th team), 1.3 spg (3rd team) and 2.7 rpg in 29.0 mpg.

2008-09 (FRESHMAN): Was one of the top freshman in C-USA through 21 games before suffering season-ending knee surgery ... earned 14 starts and averaged 27.9 minutes of playing time ... rated fourth on a very balanced Miner squad in points per game (9.7)and assists per game (2.5)...registered12 digit-scoring contests, which were the fifth-most ever by a UTEP rookie ... one of 13 Miner freshmen to tally at least 200 points in a season ... team-best +4.33 per-game average in the plus or minus stat ... filled in for the injured Jareica Hughes early in the year at the point guard position ... seemed to play better in the biggest moments, and that was no more evident than when she single-handily outscored Tulane 16-12 over the first several minutes of the second half to stake UTEP a lead it would never relinquish in a nationally-televised road contest.

PRIOR TO UTEP: No. 51 point guard and 231st rated player nationally ... enjoyed a lengthy and extremely successful high school career between Dunbar High School (grades 6-8) and Lexington Catholic (grades 7-12) ... her varsity basketball career began in the sixth grade, and she started from the seventh grade on ... key member on back-to-back state championship teams (38-1 as a freshman and 36-1 as a sophomore) ... honored four straight years as an all district, all city and all region player while picking up all-state accolades as a senior ... averaged 15 points per game, five assists, four steals and four rebounds for her nationally-ranked squad as a senior ... also a key contributor for the talented AAU All Ohio Black squad ... member of the Honor Roll and participated in plenty of community service.

PERSONAL: Full name is Briana Noel Green ... is a criminal justice major ... daughter of William Green and Cy Stamatis ... has five siblings ... models her game after Chris Paul and admires Michael Jordan ... highest ambition in basketball is to continue to learn and mature as a team player ... born 12/24/89 (Lexington, Ky.)

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Briana Green

Briana  Green


Lexington, Ky.

High School:
Lexington Catholic




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